This issue of The Eight Questions addresses key elements of a testing plan for new processes or technology systems. Just because the supplier says they did a good job and should be compensated, is that good enough for your organization? Understanding and applying proven project management principles along with business acumen will serve you well. These questions get you started on a pathway to operational success! Download the full document –
This issue of The Eight Questions addresses challenges and helps avoid harmful, yet common, practices in deploying and managing critical software-based solutions. The key is to ensure the operational continuity and resilience of these systems which are critical to day-to-day operations and compliance.
We are proud to release the next issue of The Eight Questions series, which focuses on the Implementation of Technology and Business Processes. The Eight Questions series provides business leaders with tools to take a project or topic from inception to successful operation, spanning challenges from executive management to technology detail. DOWNLOAD – THE EIGHT QUESTIONS
A Manhattan mile transformed into a killing field yesterday, when a man rented a pickup truck and carried out his Jihad. “Rent me starting at $19” read the sign on the grotesquely bent truck, a painful testament to the disproportionate economies-of-scale of asymmetric warfare. In the city where law enforcement, intelligence, and anti-terrorism capabilities have been constant since 9/11, bent bicycle frames littered the streets like post-carnival decorations. Eight innocents died before the pickup hit […]
Entering the arena of international business today is a risk not just to your company’s capital, or resources but also to the personal security of you and your employees who travel abroad. In the not too distant past, this dictum applied only to hostile third-world environments fraught with insurgencies, terrorism, or political upheaval. Sadly, personal risk to life and limb can just as easily apply in Europe, where normally safe tourist destinations or concert halls […]